Hello dear community members,
I am working an an architecture office and it’s quite chaotic in quite every project.
Why? There are many reasons, the main ones are:
Plans aren’t final. Ok some tweaks here and there are fine. But it’s normal to change the entire building, rooms and sets of furniture. Modelling and texturing in high end quality is hard to achieve if not impossible in some cases. It’s to often the case that designing starts in my part of the chain.
My company won’t invest in assests from external websites. But I also have no time to build a simple libary with plants, cars, etc. So I have to download free ones, which bring often much work with them or I have to build fast and dirty.
Often I communicate some camera fix perspectives, to build their content in the given time. But then after building the entire scene recording to this agreements they want much more perspectives of angles I didn’t put efford into.
They shorten my time from project to project. Last time I had to visualize a opera with stage and audience, foyer and outdoor. during one week. The stage and audience area was changed one time completely, and the foyer and outdoor wasn’t designed at all. For me it’s not enough time to build up, to texture and to render everything in high standard if I have to choose the furniture, the ceilling, the ceilling lamps, etc. And if I choose something, the architects say that they don’t like my choices…
Is that normal? Am I to slow or unexpierenced? Of course there are much more talanted artists around here. Some of you may provide high class visualisations in that time. But how?
For my libary problem I choosed add ons from Polygoniq called Traffiq, Botaniq, Materialiq, Renderset. I want to buy them for me in privat and learn them in my soon coming vacation.
To get better control of the architectual mesh I also want to learn how to use Archimesh and Archipack.
Are these good choices?
I want to invite you to a discussion how to solve with the problems I mentioned above.
Thanks in advance for interest and response